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National Home Gardening Club to test our product!National Home Gardening Club to test our product!

We have selected 525 Members of the National Home Gardening Club to test our product on their home gardens! Results will be posted once the testing has been completed!

Be sure to look for Fast2Grow’s product preview in the Fall 2012 issue of the National Home Gardening Club Magazine!!!!!

www.gardeningclub.com

11 thoughts on “National Home Gardening Club to test our product!National Home Gardening Club to test our product!

  1. I was one of the 525 people selected from The National Home
    Gardening Club to test Fast2Grow. I received the product but there was no review form included to fill out. I have been all over the club website and cannot find the review form. I have used your product and have done a second application. The results are good. My hibiscus was blooming rather limply, after applying Fast2Grow my plants perked up and they are now beginning to bloom again. Bud are much larger and I can hardly wait for them to open. I sent the club an email so I can submit the review but have not received a reply from them yet. Just so you know I like your product and will continue to use it next spring when I plant my vegetable garden. Thank you for selecting me to do a product test for you.
    Jeanette

  2. I tested a pruning saw a couple of years ago and never wrote my revieew. How do I do that?

  3. Just new, willing to test any gardening product.

  4. We are not associated with the process of reviews. We only had one of our products reviewed. You would need to go to the National Home Garden Club website and email them. Sorry I didn’t have a better answer.

  5. Heather, we have sent you an email! 🙂

  6. How do I get on to the National Home Gardening Club website.

  7. Garden shears from National Home Garden Club received years ago. Lost spring return. Can I get a new spring or new shears?

  8. I haven’t received any test products for quite some time now. What’s old news – what’s new news? Also there’s a type of small green tomato that grows with a paper covering(?). What is the name of it and how does one use it in cooking? I have an indoor/outdoor that was broken. I’d like to get it replaced.

  9. Please contact Home Gardening Club directly. We are not associated with them. We only had our product tested by their readers. Thank you, F2G.

  10. Please contact Home Gardening Club directly. We are not associated with them. We only had our product tested by their readers. Thank you, F2G.

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